Quality accommodation is in abundance in Bournemouth. Major investments has seen new buildings pop up and refurbishments taken to a new level.
If it’s three star accommodation you are looking for then why not stay in one of Bournemouth’s first built homes, now The Royal Exeter Hotel, built back in 1812 by Captain Louis Tregonwell.
The Savoy Bournemouth has new owners and will see a £20million investment this year to produce a 100 bedroom, five-star standard hotel, featuring a state-of-the-art spa and wellness club, multiple food and beverage offerings, including a new rooftop and garden restaurants, with outdoor terraces and landscaped gardens, as well as contemporary meetings and events facilities.
There are new brands in Bournemouth too! Take a look at the Ibis styles and the Mercure Bournemouth Queens , both hotels are located on the beautiful East Cliff. A stones throw from the seafront and a 10-minute walk into town.
Delayed work is due to commence on a 131-bedroom, four-star Malmaison Hotel du Vin hotel with a sky bar and 66 residential flats. A £40m scheme on the site of the derelict Belvedere hotel on Bath Road. The development is expected to take approximately two years to build.
If you are looking for something different why not try a stay in one of the new Bournemouth Beach Lodges , The contemporary beach side Lodges are only a few steps away from the soft, beautiful sands of Bournemouth beach offering cosy accommodation for up to four adults and two children, each with their own fully equipped kitchen and bathroom.
The Business Events Bournemouth accommodation team are here to help you locate that perfect hotel for your delegates. We provide a free booking service which takes out the leg-work for you. Call us to discuss the possibilities or try our venue search facility to get the ball rolling.